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    well as Escherichia coli. Humans as well as animals come into contact with these areas, some are used for recreational activities such as swimming and some are a source of drinking water for both animals and humans The main goal of this experiment was to see which lakes, snow run off and ponds tested positive for coliform or Escherichia coli and to come up with some reasoning as to why. It was found that the more remote pond with less contact contained the most Escherichia coli. However, another

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    Escherichia Coli

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    Role Of Integrons In Antibiotic Resistance Emergence Across Enterobacteriaceae : A Review Abstract: Escherichia coli (or E. coli) and vibrio cholera are the most widespread infecting organism in the family of gram-negative bacteria known as enterobacteriaceae, and Vibrionaceae . They are known for causing food poisoning and infection in gastrointestinal tract in humans. Many studies reveal that these bacterial species are showing multidrug resistance which is a major public health concern. Integrons

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    Escherichia coli (E. coli) is a member of the Enterobacteriaceae family of organisms. It is a non-spore forming, facultative anaerobic, gram negative rod capable of growing on a variety of media and, similar to other members of the Enterobacteriaceae family, contains the enterobacterial common antigen. Most E. coli are part of the normal flora of the human gastrointestinal tract, however some strains are pathogenic and capable of causing clinical disease. Epidemiologic classification of E. coli is based

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    Esherichia coli

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    strains of E coli in Europe than other probes. Works Cited Giammanaco, A., Maggio, M., Giammanaco, G., Morelli, R., Minelli, F., Scheutz, F., et al. (1996). Characteristics of Escherichia coli strains belonging to enteropathogenic E. coli serogroups isolated in Italy from children with diarrhea. Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 689-694. Johnson, J., Murray, A., Kuskowski, M., Schubert, S., Prere, M.-F., Picard, B., et al. (2005). Distribution and Characteristics of Escherichia coli Clonal Group

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    Esherichia Coli

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    Escherichia Coli Introduction: Esherichia coli also known as E. coli is a bacterium that lives in your gut. (1). it was founded by Theodore von Esherich in 1888. There are many people that can get the bacteria. Also there are thousands of strands of E.coli. Six E. coli O157 outbreaks were identified during 2007. Four of the outbreaks involved foodborne transmission. (Eshericha Coli). Six Minnesota cases and one Wisconsin case with the same or closely-related PFGE subtype of E. coli O157:H7, and

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    E. coli

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    Escherichia coli (E. coli) is defined as a gram negative, rod-shaped, facultative anaerobic bacterium that consist of hundreds of different serotypes and is highly versatile. These serotypes range from strains that are harmless and play a vital role in maintaining intestinal function, to strains that contain pathogenic properties that infect the human body and cause distinct signs and symptoms. Pathogenic Escherichia coli strains are capable of causing three common clinical diseases that include

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    Escherichia coli 0157:H7

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    Escherichia coli 0157:H7 Encounter and history: Escherichia coli are gram negative, rod shaped bacteria that are often used in laboratory studies and are usually harmless, residing in the human digestive tract as part of the normal flora. E. coli 0157:H7 is a pathogenic strain of E. coli that was first identified as a cause of disease in the United States in 1982, during an investigation into an outbreak of gastrointestinal illness. The organism is also called enterohemorrhagic E. coli (EHEC) because

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    Public Relations Chapter 12 Assignment 4/7/2005 B.) The public crisis that I chose to write about is the E. coli outbreaks at several Washington, Idaho, and Nevada Jack in the Box restaurants in 1993 which led to the deaths of four young children and several hundred other customers becoming violently sick. These outbreaks were said to mostly be caused by adulterated hamburgers sold to the restaurants by one of its suppliers but it was said that the outbreak could have been prevented if Jack in

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    In this research paper it will be covering an in depth summary of Escherichia Coli (O157:h7). It will cover a variety of information about what it is to where it comes from and how it’s caused, how it’s transmitted and so forth. Escherichia Coli (O157:h7) first outbreak was in Washington DC in 1987 during an investigation of outbreak of hemorrhagic colitis associated with the consumption of hamburgers of fast food chains with patients complaining of having bloody diarrhea. Then continuing to

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    E. Coli Bacteria

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    Research Question Are synthetic antimicrobial substances (Dettol and Ajax) more effective at inhibiting the growth of the Escherichia coli bacterium than natural substances (Eucalyptus oil and tea tree oil)? Background Information Escherichia coli, also referred to as E.coli, is a rod-shaped, gram-negative bacterium. It is about 1-3 micrometres long, and around 0.25 micrometres in diameter (Microbe Wiki. 2004). The bacterium is typically found within the lower intestine of the digestive tracts of

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